Georgia DOT Bridge No. 201-00091-01541N, Spanning Big Drain Creek at State Route 91, Colquitt, Miller County, GA
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Spanning Big Drain Creek at State Route 91, Colquitt vicinity, GA
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Documentation compiled after 1968.
Survey number HAER GA-78
Building/structure dates: 1930 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1993 demolished
Significance: GDOT Bridge #201-00091-01541N is significant in the areas of transportation and engineering. It is a continuous-stringer type bridge. Continuous steel stringers are commonly found in Georgia. It is one of approximately 560 bridges of this type found throughout the state and one of five found in Miller County, built prior to 1952. This bridge is also representative of those building during the 1930s which utilized treated-timber pilings in the substructure and concrete deck railing in the superstructure.
Crocker, C. N.
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)
1. VIEW OF BRIDGE, LOOKING NORTH
2. VIEW OF BRIDGE, LOOKING SOUTH
3. VIEW OF BRIDGE APPROACH, LOOKING FROM EAST TO WEST
4. VIEW OF BRIDGE APPROACH, LOOKING FROM WEST TO EAST
5. VIEW OF SUBSTRUCTURE
6. VIEW OF BALUSTRADE
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